Windaba: Regaining Momentum Towards South Africa’s REIPPP Round 5 and Beyond

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  • Don’t miss your opportunity to participate in this year’s Windaba Conference and Exhibition, ‘Africa’s premier wind energy platform’, as we aim to unpack what comes next for the Wind Energy market. Taking place on 8 & 9 October 2019, at the Cape Town International Convention Centre,
  • The Windaba conference aims to provide necessary clarity on what to expect in the year ahead.

South Africa’s power sector awaits the release of the country’s Integrated Resource Plan (IRP) to provide a way forward for the renewable power market. All indications are that the IRP will be released in this month, providing the required impetus to planning for the next phase of the Renewable Energy Independent Power Producers’ Programme (REIPPP).

To benefit from unique insights and learn how best to approach future bidding rounds of the REIPPP, book your participation today. Join domestic and global market leaders, as we look to addressing key challenges facing the emerging wind energy market.

Join moderator Jonathan Hoffman, Business Development Director, Globeleq South Africa Management Services as the facilitator for Breakaway 11:

Windaba is flagship event of the South African Wind Energy Association (SAWEA) in proud partnership with the Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC).

Don’t miss your opportunity to hear insights from the stellar line-up of industry experts at the must-attend annual gathering of the global wind energy market.

Download the full programme here

Register to attend here

Alternatively contact Louise: 011 214 0664, or Yolanda 021 448 5226,




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